Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

CUBE Leadership
Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

John Rudikoff ’06, CUBE CEO & Managing Director, oversees CUBE’s program, strategy and partnership efforts. He previously served as General Counsel & Director of Strategic Partnerships for MASS Design Group, a global multidisciplinary design firm. He has been a guest lecturer and speaker at the Harvard African Development Conference, Sarah Lawrence College, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, among others. He is a program mentor for the Keller Center at Princeton University.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Jonathan Askin, CUBE Innovation Catalyst, is the founder of the BLIP Clinic and is a prominent figure in tech law. He is a Visiting Professor at MIT and at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, a Fellow at the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, Adjunct Professor at Columbia Law School, and Founder and Advisor to iLINC, a network of legal support clinics for the European startup community.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Debra Bechtel, CUBE Deputy Director & Associate Professor of Clinical Law, is the founder of the Corporate and Real Estate Clinic. She is a prominent New York City affordable housing advocate who participates in panels and conducts training sessions on low-income cooperative issues in addition to providing representation for those entities with clinic students.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Paul Gangsei, CUBE Founding Director, is Adjunct Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and Special Counsel at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. He currently teaches the Law of Entrepreneurship. He also served as Director of Community Engagement, maximizing student involvement in business, cultural, and non-profit communities.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Serge Krimnus ’10 is a patent attorney with more than five years as a software engineer. His experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications spans a wide variety of technologies including computer software and hardware and mechanical engineering. He has represented clients in U.S. district court in patent and trademark infringement cases, prosecuted trademark applications, and represented clients in domain name arbitrations.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
David Reiss, CUBE Academic Program Director & Professor, is the founding director of the Community Development Clinic and teaches a variety of real estate related courses. REFinBlog, his popular real estate finance blog, has received more than half million page views. He is frequently quoted on real estate topics in major media outlets.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Marjorie White, CUBE Counsel, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Law and the Director of Transactional Practice for the BLIP Clinic. She spent much of her career at Davis Polk & Wardwell, where her practice focused on mergers and acquisitions, securities work and private equity transactions. She previously was a partner with Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen, and Vice President and Corporate Secretary of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.

 

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

   

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
Phil Weiss ’12 is a prominent figure in the Brooklyn tech and startup communities. He is the founder and lead organizer of Legal Hackers, an international organization of legal-industry and policy innovators with over 40 chapters worldwide. He oversees the annual CUBE Innovator’s Competition.

     

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Contact

For any questions regarding CUBE, please email cube@brooklaw.edu or contact John Rudikoff, CEO and Managing Director, at john.rudikoff@brooklaw.edu.